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Phill Ryu announces Fake Leopard Screenshot Contest

Dan Lurie

Its been a big week for Phill Ryu. The shareware developer who only began blogging at the beginning of the month has already been featured on these very pages, as well as Digg and Slashdot. To celebrate his success and stimulate the creativity of the Mac blogosphere, Phill has announced The Fake Leopard Screenshot Contest.

The idea is as simple as it sounds; design and present a concept of what you think Leopard will (or should), look like. Three winners will be selected by a panel consisting of some of the top OS X shareware developers along with the staff of MacThemes. The three lucky winners will receive a software library that would otherwise cost over $900 bucks to amass. Each winner will also receive a trophy designed and engraved by Adam Betts of MacThemes, creator of the Adium duck we know and love. Entries are due at noon EST on the 22nd, and the winners will be announced 2 days later.

This looks like a lot of fun, and will surely bring some fabulous ideas and designs out of the woodwork. It's great to see the shareware community working together like this on something that is fun for everyone, even those who don't enter.

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